Sunday, July 10, 2011

Virtual Settings for presentations of Literature, including some theatrical. . . some large, and some small.

 When companies are cutting back and economizing, where does a creative person go to keep their muscles flexed.  The virtual world!  Where lumber is that much cheaper and one person can manage immense pieces of scenery - so labor costs are lower.

Festival Set for "Bard on the Virtual Beach" Weekend Shakespeare Event

Setting for Radio Drama "War of the Worlds" (also directed)

Setting for "Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Empty House"

Props and setting for  presentation of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"

Rivendell Pavilion set piece for Program of Tolkien
"Prancing Pony" from presentation from "The Fellowship of the Ring"

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